Climate Change - Risk and Resilience in China
Tuesday, 23 February 2016
Griffith University, South Bank campus
China's climate challenge is unlike any that has come before it. With its diverse population, ranging terrain and epochal transformations, the country is confronting change on an unprecedented scale. More people from a broader economic spectrum in an ever-dynamic landscape are grappling with the realities of the shifting environment around them.
Climate Change Risk Resilience in China shows how many in the country are working their way forward to meet these challenges, identifying the people and places at risk as well as the policies and practices for adaptation. It gives an unparalleled overview of the forces at play an is informed by pioneering research from within China and beyond.
This book launch was presented by the Centre for Environment and Population Health and the Griffith Climate Change Response Program.